tv Action News ABC November 7, 2014 4:30am-5:01am EST
good morning we have several breaking stories on this friday, november 7. carjacked kidnapped and stripped. details of a horrible ordeal that went down in philadelphia overnight. >> we have more on the suspect who kidnapped a germantown woman and how a man's actions saved the victim. >> >> good morning everyone, david
murphy and karen are standing by with weather and traffic. >> reporter: we have breaks and sunshine will break through. there are showers out to the west of us, those are pinwheeling in our direction. it looks like during the afternoon hours we'll see a spotty shower popping through. 49 degrees right now in philadelphia. so it is jacket weather, 48 degrees in wilmington. 46 in allentown. 51 in sea isle city. as we take a look at the winds whipping down out of the northwest, right now it is not too bad, we'll see the numbers go up with wind gusts over 30 miles per hour. if you're catching the shoal bus, 6:00 a.m., 48, 8:47. as we roll through the day, 47 degrees by 8:00. 52 by noon.
3:00 p.m., 53 degrees the high today will be 54 we'll hit that fairly early around 1 or 2:00 before the numbers get back down into the 40s by dinnertime. carnal, the weekend call is coming up. blustery wind whipped what else due want on a friday morning. we have construction on 76 eastbound side the left lane getting by. it should be clear pretty soon and not too many delays with that. speeds on the schuylkill expressway mostly in the 50s as well as the blue route and i-95. thing are better than yesterday when we had the wet roads out there. temple football, lincoln financial field, 7:30, dave is excited. there was an accident involving a deer. it cleared out here. you want to be careful as you head out. it's that time of year. pennsylvania turnpike, past
delaware valley 358 watch for that. another accident involving a deer past valley forge that cleared, as well. a disabled vehicle northbound at outer line drive watch for that. >> this is breaking right now one person was killed when a fast-moving fire ripped throw a homeless shelter overnight. our katherine scott just arrived on the scene she's got the latest. good morning. katherine. >> reporter: good morning, be tam we got an update from the fire commission one person died in the fire. it was an adult male, he had a disability. one adult male has died in this fire and more than 20 people were displaced. you can see the fire crews remain on the scene here in north philadelphia. the fire broke out before 3:00 a.m. on the 3000 block of north 32 street. the fire was in the alliance youth mission ministry building.
it's a three story boarding home. 20 residents were evacuated and taken to a nearby shelter. so far fire crews got mixed reports whether working smoke detecters. it took fire crews 15 minutes to get the fire under control. the fire commissioner said he did not see a wheelchair, but did see a walker. it would indicate this man had a disability. while there is smoke and water, the bulk of the damage is in the unit where the fire began 89 cause of the fire remains under investigation. more than 20 residents displaced are not able to get back inside. they were transported to another shelter. again, the bulk of the damage seems to be in the unit where the fire began.
katherine scott channel 6 "action news." >> this is breaking overnight. philadelphia police are looking for three armed kidnaps who carjacked and robbed their victims and forced one of them to distills robe. it -- disrobe. the bandits told the victim to get back into the car and go to a gas station at green and queen lane in germantown. once they got there the gunman demanded the atm card from the victim he took # hundred dollars from the -- $600 from the account and $25 from the other victim. >> the other germantown case the frightening ordeal has come to an end for carlesha freeland-gaither. you're taking a look at her video delvin barns walking into
a virginia jail. he has confessed saying he didn't know his victim. >> dwayne fletcher witnessed the kidnapping on sunday, carlesha freeland-gaither dropped her cell phone and he picked up her cell phone. >> when i get to the middle of the block i hear a scream when i turn around, i see images tussalling. i heard a bang on the window, it sounded like gunshots. i walked over and saw all the
glass and saw a blade on the ground. >> the police call him a hero for getting involved and getting the police on the case right away. >> delvin barns was arrested nine years ago. the pennsylvania parol board denied his request early release four times. he was the granted an early release a he year ago. we spoke to his formal father-in-law. >> why is he walking around on the streets. if he had gotten the time he should have gotten with my daughter this wouldn't happen with these two ladies. >> police say he kidnapped a girl in wrich monday virginia -- richmond virginia, he hit her with a shovel and doused her
with gasoline. she escaped, but not before suffering third degree burns. the action cam was on the scene of the 4400 block of holden street before 2:00 a.m. fire crews say the fire started in the apartment on the 18 floor. the flier was contained in just under 20 minutes. nobody was hurt. >> also new, a driver was injured in this crash in west philadelphia. it happened at 61st and osage avenue before 11:00. the driver lost control and slammed into the side of a church. city inspectors are looking at the damage to the church. police are looking for at that man who walked up to a 21-year-old man and shot him in the neck. the victim was standing in the driveway when the gunman approached and open fired. the neighbor heard the shots and saw the victim and called for
help. the victim was taken to temple university hospital and listed in critical condition. septa's largest union will vote on whether to accept a contract. transit local union 234 had threatened to strike until they reached a new deal one week ago. it will have a 5% wage increase. union leaders are urging a yes vote today. >> time to take a look at business, there's a new pretties report about the exploding air bags saying the maker hid test results that the air bags were dangerous. anonymous former workers at the test company, the tests were done back in 2004 when the bag exploded injurying the driver. apple ios devices called
wire lurker. 800 million devices are at risk. wall street october jobs report will be released before today's opening bell.ber jobs futures are pointing to a higher open. the postal service announced it will deliver packages on sunday through the holiday season. the special will run november 17 through christmas day. >> one more story before we go. new this morning, outgoing pennsylvania governor tom corbett is backtracking about the firing of joe paterno. he told the philadelphia inquirer, maybe we should go to the tease here. still ahead, a former navy seal you just saw there has come forward saying he is the man
behind the killing of bin laden. this is a video that makes tears that come to your eyes. the cancer stricken 4-year-old won't forget her first nfl game. she is watching her daddy coming up. >> reporter: we have shower activity, not enough to go overboard on the rain gear. i've dressed the kids in sweatshirts because of windy chilly conditions. jefferson university is the university of the morning. we'll be back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and the showers and the weekend call.
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commute. as we look outside, we have the airport. the camera is bouncing a little bit, they are a bit of a factor this morning. as we go through later this morning and the majority of the day it will be blustery. temperature 49 degrees. winds out of the west at 7 miles per hour. they will be building overtime next several hours. as we look at future tracker 6, we'll cover the precipitation story first. the morning is dry, but in the afternoon, a couple of sprinkles or showers are possible. up until 4:00 we may get a little bit of that creeping through the region. the model wants to put it in the center of the action, later on this evening, we dry out. the other part of the story will be the wind. as i mentioned as we go through the morning and into the afternoon the gusts will be be impressive at times going as highs 30 or so. 47 by 8:00. 51 by 11:00.
the high is getting up to 54 degrees. back to 49 by 5:00 p.m. that means if you have plans to head out later tonight, it's a bundle up evening. 50 is the high in allentown. 54 in philadelphia. same thing in wilmington, 57 in cape may. a little milder down the shore. heading out to high school school football tonight or the temple game at lincoln field. look for partly cloudy skies, it will be breezy. winds diminish a bit. 46 by 7:00 p.m. 42 by 10:00 p.m. bundle up if you're heading to the ballgames tonight. saturday, a front comes in ahead of a frontal boundary this front will come through dry with sunshine behind it with a built of a flow out of the west which will one of our numbers up. today's high, 54 it will be windy out there. there could be a spotty passing
shower. sun and clouds saturday, good looking day overall. cool high of 52. sunday, clouds in the morning, sunshine in the afternoon, we'll get up to 57 which will feel nicer. monday we'll go for a high of 59 degrees, it will be cool for the eagles game monday night, but dry. veteran's day, tuesday, milder bump 54. we're back in the mid 50s by wednesday and down right chilly on wednesday, 46. i don't come we've been down to the freezing mark in philadelphia. it could happen next week. >> a former navy seal has come forward saying he was the one who shot osama bin laden. colleagues confirm the story, but are not happen he is talking. >> reporter: we saw the images inside the compound of the raid that killed bin laden. this man is coming forward
claiming he is the one who shots the terror leader to death. rob he o'neill is a decorated veteran and a motivated speaker. last night in tennessee he did not talk about his most famous mission, but he did tell the washington post about it, the same story he told esquire magazine, then he moved up the stairs to confront bin laden in the bedroom, firing him twice in the forehead. the story differs slightly one given by at colleague. both men being criticized this morning in the seal community. >> we are most effective when we adhere to the core values. and those values include
>> reporter: welcome back we're checking out the schuylkill expressway. this is the spot i showed you a minute ago, the construction, it's clear as we told you would be. no delays because it's early, not many people out and about just yet. we had a couple of accidents involving deer. we had one that cleared on the turnpike westbound past valley forge. it's that time of year where you see deer in the roadway. 23 north outer line drive a disabled vehicle. poor guy on a friday morning. new castle county construction in near christiana and 141 blocking the right lane. in delaware county, construction
blocking not one, but two lanes at it is says out there until 6:00 p.m. >> tom corbett is backtrack ago bit about the firing of joe paterno. he told the philadelphia inquirer that the late football coach should not have been fired at the height of the jerry sandusky sexual by investigation. however, espn reported that corbett urged the firing to the board of trustees. he said he should have been suspended for only three games. some say the firing led to his defeat on tuesday. >> 6 u.s. circuit court ruling impacts kentucky and at tennesse and ohio. it the makes it more likely that
this is leah still in the press box, she got to see her dad play a game since she was diagnosed in june. dad is glowing about his baby girl. >> she loves the camera. she thinks she's a movie star. i would say they handled this whole ordeal tremendously. i nerve e nefertiri trader checked a -- never expected a 4-year-old to go through this and keep a smile on her face. >> leah is being treated at children's hospital in philadelphia. she will fly there tomorrow for more radiation. a new star war song has been released on twitter yesterday. the long awaited series has all the original cast members.
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